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  • Poly Prep Country Day School | Team Detail
    Staff Take a Virtual Tour Giving Giving Guide Poly Fund Tower Society Matching Gifts Give Online Performing Arts Poly Fund 2015 16 Search Our Program Athletics Calendar Select a Team Team Select Team Baseball JV Baseball MS Baseball Varsity Basketball JV Boys Basketball JV Girls Basketball MS Boys Basketball MS Girls Basketball Varsity Boys Basketball Varsity Girls Cross Country MS Cross Country Varsity Football JV Football MS Football Varsity Golf Varsity Hockey Indoor Track Indoor Track MS Lacrosse JV Boys Lacrosse JV Girls Lacrosse MS Boys Lacrosse MS Girls Lacrosse Varsity Boys Lacrosse Varsity Girls MS Squash Soccer JV Boys Soccer JV Girls Soccer MS Boys Soccer MS Girls Soccer Varsity Boys Soccer Varsity Girls Softball JV Softball MS Softball Varsity Squash JV Boys Squash JV Girls Squash Varsity Boys Squash Varsity Girls Swimming MS Swimming Varsity Boys Swimming Varsity Girls Tennis JV Boys Tennis JV Girls Tennis MS Boys Tennis MS Girls Tennis Varsity Boys Tennis Varsity Girls Track and Field MS Track and Field Varsity Ultimate Frisbee Volleyball JV Volleyball MS Volleyball Varsity Wrestling JV Wrestling MS Wrestling Varsity Season 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011

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  • Poly Prep Country Day School | Team Detail
    Guide Poly Fund Tower Society Matching Gifts Give Online Performing Arts Quicklinks arrow Our Mission Parents Our Faculty Staff Daily Calendar Athletics Calendar Make a Gift Quicklinks Our Mission Parents Our Faculty Staff Daily Calendar Athletics Calendar Make a Gift About Poly Our Mission Poly s Strategic Plan School Governance History Head of School Search The Country Day School Poly in the Community Our Faculty Staff A Career at Poly Directions View Poly s News Archive Our Program Academics Athletics Upper School Middle School Lower School Poly Prep Summer Academic Excellence Honor Societies Performing Arts Visual Arts Technology Sustainability Diversity Library Policies Health Safety Explore Poly Prep Summer News Calendar News Daily Calendar Athletics Calendar Photos Videos Poly Publications Parents Bus Schedules Lunch Menus Alumni Performing Arts Home Admissions Welcome to Poly Upper School Middle School Lower School Tuition Financial Aid Meet the Admissions Staff Take a Virtual Tour Giving Giving Guide Poly Fund Tower Society Matching Gifts Give Online Performing Arts Poly Fund 2015 16 Search Our Program Athletics Calendar Select a Team Team Select Team Baseball JV Baseball MS Baseball Varsity Basketball JV Boys Basketball JV Girls Basketball MS Boys Basketball MS Girls Basketball Varsity Boys Basketball Varsity Girls Cross Country MS Cross Country Varsity Football JV Football MS Football Varsity Golf Varsity Hockey Indoor Track Indoor Track MS Lacrosse JV Boys Lacrosse JV Girls Lacrosse MS Boys Lacrosse MS Girls Lacrosse Varsity Boys Lacrosse Varsity Girls MS Squash Soccer JV Boys Soccer JV Girls Soccer MS Boys Soccer MS Girls Soccer Varsity Boys Soccer Varsity Girls Softball JV Softball MS Softball Varsity Squash JV Boys Squash JV Girls Squash Varsity Boys Squash Varsity Girls Swimming MS Swimming Varsity Boys Swimming Varsity Girls Tennis JV Boys Tennis JV Girls Tennis MS Boys Tennis MS Girls Tennis Varsity Boys

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  • Poly Prep Country Day School | Asia Society Hosts Walking Tour of Bay Ridge’s Arabic Neighborhood on April 16
    School Tuition Financial Aid Meet the Admissions Staff Take a Virtual Tour Giving Giving Guide Poly Fund Tower Society Matching Gifts Give Online Performing Arts Poly Fund 2015 16 Search Asia Society Hosts Walking Tour of Bay Ridge s Arabic Neighborhood on April 16 4 25 2016 Students and Teachers Enjoy Richness of Arab Culture and Food Not Far from Poly Campus Poly s Asia Society explored the Arabic neighborhood of Bay Ridge on a walking tour on Saturday April 16 Advisor John Rearick Senior Associate Director of College Counseling English said the Asia Society sponsored the walk as part of its effort to explore the various cultures near campus The richness of the Arab culture helps make our school and our city so special he said Rearick shared a bit about the tour with the Pulse Where can you get an authentic Yemeni meal close to Poly Which local groceries carry Arabic coffee the kind that is already deliciously spiced with cardamom Where do many of our neighbors buy their beautiful headscarves and what s the cultural significance of these items A group of Poly students and teachers learned the answers to these questions on Saturday April 16 during a walking tour of the local Arabic neighborhood in Bay Ridge Hosted by Tuka Mousa P 17 and her mom Walaa Hasabelnaby P 17 the Poly group set out to learn more about an important and vibrant nearby neighborhood that is sometimes overlooked by students hurrying to school The group walked up 5th Avenue in the 70s in Brooklyn learned about Middle Eastern culture shopped and ate some delicious food Stops included clothing stores Diane s a jewelry story Pyramid s Jewelry and stores filled with Middle Eastern specialties Baladi and Hookahnuts The Poly group also enjoyed traditional cuisine at

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  • Poly Prep Country Day School | Reflections by Poly Students on Their Spring Break Service Learning Trip to Cambodia
    at the school we were greeted with smiling faces a chorus of joyful voices and thunderous applause accented by youthful laughter Fearful of the language barrier and ability to teach a class of 17 excitable students our group was nervous but was ready to tackle the challenges With that our first day of classes began and we proudly accepted our roles as their English art PE and music teachers Over a lunch of steamed rice chicken and fried egg with soy sauce we spoke daily about classroom goals teaching methods and how we can make a greater impact on the students Our days consisted of spending time with the students both in and out of the classroom Each day we had a lesson plan such as self introductions colors and days of the week Our curriculum often connected one class to another On the day we taught emotions in English class the music class taught If You re Happy and You Know it Clap Your Hands On another day art and English worked on colors On the final day of teaching we said goodbye to the students with teary eyes and warm embraces We and the students were both overwhelmed with emotions and faced a bittersweet moment We were able to see and feel how in such a short time our presence was appreciated This experience left us with a new perspective on education privilege and our daily lives Cambodia is a beautiful country that is budding from its historical events The places we went to that impacted me the most were the Killing Fields and the Genocide Museum where we were able to see the brutality of the Khmer Rouge Going into the museum I prepared myself to see what I had learned in 10th grade history but the

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  • Poly Prep Country Day School | Middle School Girl Up Club Invites Community to “Country” Fair to Benefit Girls in Developing Countries on Friday, April 29
    2016 Admissions arrow Welcome to Poly arrow FAQs Upper School Middle School Lower School Tuition Financial Aid arrow Tuition Payment Options Tuition Payment Meet the Admissions Staff Giving arrow Giving Guide Poly Fund Tower Society Matching Gifts Give Online Performing Arts Quicklinks arrow Our Mission Parents Our Faculty Staff Daily Calendar Athletics Calendar Make a Gift Quicklinks Our Mission Parents Our Faculty Staff Daily Calendar Athletics Calendar Make a Gift About Poly Our Mission Poly s Strategic Plan School Governance History Head of School Search The Country Day School Poly in the Community Our Faculty Staff A Career at Poly Directions View Poly s News Archive Our Program Academics Athletics Upper School Middle School Lower School Poly Prep Summer Academic Excellence Honor Societies Performing Arts Visual Arts Technology Sustainability Diversity Library Policies Health Safety Explore Poly Prep Summer News Calendar News Daily Calendar Athletics Calendar Photos Videos Poly Publications Parents Bus Schedules Lunch Menus Alumni Performing Arts Home Admissions Welcome to Poly Upper School Middle School Lower School Tuition Financial Aid Meet the Admissions Staff Take a Virtual Tour Giving Giving Guide Poly Fund Tower Society Matching Gifts Give Online Performing Arts Poly Fund 2015 16 Search Middle School Girl Up Club Invites Community to Country Fair to Benefit Girls in Developing Countries on Friday April 29 4 18 2016 All Proceeds Go to Girl Up s School Cycle Program Which Provides Bicycles for Girls to Get to School Safely and Easily Come support the Middle School Girl Up club at their Country Fair on Friday evening April 29 The evening is a fundraiser to support the educational goals of girls in developing countries All proceeds go to Girl Up s School Cycle program which provides girls with bicycles that allow them to get to school safely and easily Girl

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  • Poly Prep Country Day School | Poly Students’ Spring Break Travel to Cambodia, Nicaragua, France, and Italy Included Service Learning, Homestays & Language Immersion
    of various families in this rural underserved village To read more of the students observations during the trip and see photos click here Nicaragua Trip Jennifer Olson Walker World Languages led a 12 day trip to Nicaragua for current 8th to 12th graders Students met weekly prior to the trip to get a better understanding of Nicaraguan customs and culture and participated in fundraisers to benefit the people they will be meeting The trip included a homestay and service learning opportunity Students contributed to a blog during their visit to Nicaragua Naledi Kekana 16 wrote about relationships with their homestay families and a work project at a local school Today we did three major activities The first was meet as a group about how our experiences at our homestays have been The greatest sources of happiness come from the relationships we ve built with our respective homestay families The second activity we did was continue painting the school First we removed all furniture inside the classroom Then we applied primer to the walls Next we applied white paint to the inside walls and parts of the outside walls The third and final activity was hiking up to the waterfall Arcoiris The trail was steep yet filled with beautiful scenes The forest was covered with shades of green It vibrated with the songs of insects and birds Tree roots and waterways danced around our feet We moved through the forest pushed forward by swift laughter and the energy of our homestay children Eliezer Kevin and Levi We stopped at a great rock which served as protection for soldiers during the Contra War at the waterfall and in a grove of gigantic trees Then we returned to the beginning of the trail Overall today s adventures helped us understand the history of Peñas Blancas To read more of the blog about the Nicaragua trip click here Travel to France Dr Angela Gittens World Languages led current French students in grades 8 12 to Paris and Carcassone March 20 27 The trip included a homestay with French families in Medieval Carcassone tours of the Louvre the Eiffel Tower and Musee d Orsay in Paris a historical restoration project and 11 th century chateau and a scavenger hunt in a Provence marketplace After departing Paris the group traveled to Avignon In their blog they wrote We started our day at the Avignon Market for a scavenger hunt That involved asking merchants questions identifying specialty foods and asking locals to sing French songs with us It was fun We also bought food for our lunch picnic including different local dishes such as ratatouille pesto and various cheeses Then we boarded the bus to the Roman aqueduct of Pont du Gard where we had a lovely picnic under an olive tree and prepared some more for our upcoming homestay We continued onto Carcassonne where our French families were waiting for us We had a welcoming reception at the local high school with home made food that

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  • Poly Prep Country Day School | Director of Sustainability Brian Filiatraut Plans to Take Students to Shanghai, China to the World Leading Schools Association Student Conference July 4-12
    Honor Societies Performing Arts Visual Arts Technology Sustainability Diversity Library Policies Health Safety Explore Poly Prep Summer News Calendar News Daily Calendar Athletics Calendar Photos Videos Poly Publications Parents Bus Schedules Lunch Menus Alumni Support Performing Arts Admissions Welcome to Poly Upper School Middle School Lower School Tuition Financial Aid Meet the Admissions Staff Take a Virtual Tour Giving Giving Guide Poly Fund Tower Society Matching Gifts Give Online Performing Arts Poly Fund 2015 16 Search Director of Sustainability Brian Filiatraut Plans to Take Students to Shanghai China to the World Leading Schools Association Student Conference July 4 12 4 4 2016 Students Will Experience Workshops on a Sustainable Future Poly s Director of Sustainability Brian Filiatraut is planning to take 10 15 students to Shanghai China to the 2016 World Leading Schools Association WLSA Student Conference July 4 12 The focus is three pronged student development guidance through the college process change and a sustainable future and cultural immersion Filiatraut met with interested students for a planning meeting on March 17 There will be no charge for international students from Associate schools which Poly is to attend the conference but they will need to pay for their own international

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  • Poly Prep Country Day School | Fourth Grade Raises Almost $6,000 with Fun Run/Walk to Benefit Keep a Child Alive on Dyker Heights Campus Track
    Photos Videos Poly Publications Parents Bus Schedules Lunch Menus Alumni Support Performing Arts Admissions Welcome to Poly Upper School Middle School Lower School Tuition Financial Aid Meet the Admissions Staff Take a Virtual Tour Giving Giving Guide Poly Fund Tower Society Matching Gifts Give Online Performing Arts Poly Fund 2015 16 Search Fourth Grade Raises Almost 6 000 with Fun Run Walk to Benefit Keep a Child Alive on Dyker Heights Campus Track 4 25 2016 Annual Fundraiser Assists Organization That Provides HIV Treatment Care Food and Support to Children in Africa and India Poly s Fourth Grade raised almost 6 000 in the third annual Fun Run Walk to benefit Keep a Child Alive on the Dyker Heights track April 22 Led by fourth grade teacher Deirdra Hazeley 00 Lower School children and parents ran or walked a mile four laps on Poly s track at the Gintel Fields starting at 9 AM All funds raised go to Keep a Child Alive which is dedicated to providing life saving HIV treatment care nutritious food support services and love to children and families affected by HIV in Kenya Rwanda South Africa Uganda and India A number of parents as well as Head of Lower School Larry Donovan arrived for the event and many ran or walked along with the children Pat Morris Fourth Grade Teacher Garrett Kennedy Associate Teacher Grade 4 and Mary Rice Associate Teacher Grade 4 either ran the race or cheered the students on A representative of Keep a Child Alive Monica Merlis spoke to the students before the start of the race thanking them for their hard work Merlis joined the runners in the race Hazeley gave the signal for the race to begin and runners were off in a pack with parents close behind Each

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